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David Haller, "Implementierung eines Abschattungsmodells für bewegliche Objekte in der Fahrzeugkommunikation," Bachelor Thesis, Institute of Computer Science, University of Innsbruck, June 2012. (Advisors: Christoph Sommer and Falko Dressler)


From the external vehicle communication great progresses are expected especially in the field of traffic safety. Because of the fact that at the moment VANET is still regarded an issue of computer sciences, new approaches are most often found in the course of simulations. In order to get authentic results the fading aspects of the data transmission have to be well modeled. To the best of my knowledge no microscopic model, that considers vehicles as well as buildings as possible obstacles and remains computationally inexpensive, has been presented yet. This paper presents a model that fulfills these requirements. By means of the simulation framework Veins, various experiments dealing with recent communicative standards are carried out. It is proved that buildings as well as vehicles do have an enormous impact on the amount of successful transfer processes. Therefore they must not be neglected.

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    author = {Haller, David},
    title = {{Implementierung eines Abschattungsmodells f{\"{u}}r bewegliche Objekte in der Fahrzeugkommunikation}},
    advisor = {Sommer, Christoph and Dressler, Falko},
    institution = {Institute of Computer Science},
    location = {Innsbruck, Austria},
    month = {6},
    school = {University of Innsbruck},
    type = {Bachelor Thesis},
    year = {2012},

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